Josh Armenta was trying to write a vocal piece at his home in San Jose, California. I literally just threw a dart at the map," Armenta said. He came up with Billings, Montana, and Boise, Idaho. Flights to Billings were cheaper, so he took vacation time from his day job and flew there. And they're like, 'Oh, this is really cool.
It has a personal meaning for Armenta
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